Easier Electroanalysis in Flowing Liquids
Carbon fibers could prove effective and versatile in the shifting world of liquid-flow electrochemical detection.
Jan Vacek and Jan Hrbac |
Progress in the field of flow electrochemical detectors has experienced a technological shift in the last decade – high-surface-area flow cells are being replaced with microelectrode systems, which are enabling applications of chip technologies and microfluidics.
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